The statement said that it was recalled during the meeting that the delay in conclusion of the Mumbai attack case was caused by India, not Pakistan.
Sharif, for the first time, questioned Pakistan's policy to allow the "non-state actors" to cross the border and "kill" people in Mumbai as he publicly acknowledged in an interview that militant groups are active in the country.
They stated that the statement of former premier benefited the neighbouring India and appeared prejudicial to the safety and the interests of the state, and apparently Mr Sharif is guilty of high treason as well as offences punishable in terms of the Official Secret Act, 1923 for which he deserves to be proceeded in accordance with the law. Sharif, 68, asked while talking to reporters outside an accountability court in Islamabad, where he is facing corruption charges.
Under fire for his statement on 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif has asserted that the media "grossly misinterpreted" his remarks.
Abbasi said there was no tension between the civil and military.
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi lashed out at former premier Nawaz Sharif over his recent statement on 2008 Mumbai attacks.
"Modi, who goes uninvited to have "dawats" at the house of same Nawaz Sharif, needs to answer, that in light of this categorical admission by former Pakistani Prime Minister".
He further questioned why Mumbai trial wasn't completed while adding that he always spoke the truth and stood by it.
He says the writer also claimed that the attack was an eyewash to bamboozle the state narrative and cheat Indian and worldwide audience just to blame Pakistan. "The big question is, Why, when he was in power for over 4 yrs and his puppet is still holding power today, he did not speak out and take action", asked Khan. "I am being called a traitor on the media - they [the media] are being made to call me a traitor". But Sharif defended his remarks, saying he will speak the truth no matter what the consequences are. "Are those who tore apart the country and the Constitution patriots?"